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Uber Boss To Meet London Transport Chief Over Ban

A man poses holding a smartphone showing the App for ride-sharing cab service Uber in London on September 22, 2017. Photo: Ben FATHERS / AFP New Uber boss Dara Khosrowshahi will visit London on Tuesday to meet with the city’s transport chiefs “to make things right” following their decision not to renew the firm’s license, the company said. Khosrowshahi will meet Mike Brown of Transport for London ...[Read More]

Texans have never seen anything like Hurricane Harvey. The storm pummeled the state with catastrophic flooding and winds topping 130 mph over the weekend. Amid the devastation, the people of Texas and surrounding states have come together to rescue strangers from their homes and shelters. Their stories show tremendous bravery — and the photos and videos of the events will restore your faith in hum...[Read More]

Sierra Leone Holds Mass Burial For Hundreds Who Died In Mudslide – Foreign -SONY247

Sierra Leone Holds Mass Burial For Hundreds Who Died In Mudslide recently. MAY THEIR SOUL IN REST IN PEACE


A half-Unclad woman was filmed dangling from electric cables above street in China after her alleged lover’s wife reportedly arrived home earlier than expected. In the distressing clip, shared online, the woman’s limp body can be seen hanging from the power lines as a crowd forms in the street below her. Several men step forward to help the ‘mistress’, who is wearing tiny r...[Read More]

Iran accused of undermining Middle East security | Saudi Arabia News

Saudi Arabia has demanded at the Munich security conference that Iran be punished, saying that the country was propping up the Syrian government, developing ballistic missiles and funding separatists in Yemen. Adel al-Jubeir, the Saudi foreign minister, on Sunday described Iran as the main sponsor of global “terrorism” and a destabilising force in the Middle East. “Iran remains t...[Read More]

UAE seeks to build human settlement on Mars by 2117 | UAE News

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has unveiled a new project that aims to establish the first inhabitable human settlement in Mars by 2117. The initiative called “Mars 2117 Project” was announced on Tuesday by  Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the ruler of Dubai and Vice President of the UAE,  on the sidelines of the 5th World Government Summit, currently being held in the Emirate. ...[Read More]

Half-brother of Kim Jong-un ‘killed’ in Malaysia | North Korea News

The estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has been killed in Malaysia, South Korean media reported, with one TV station saying he was attacked at the country’s main airport with poisoned needles. Officials in South Korea and Malaysia on Tuesday could not confirm the death of Kim Jong-nam. Malaysian police said a North Korean had been taken sick at Kuala Lumpur Internation...[Read More]

Tareck El Aissami calls US sanctions a ‘vile’ attack | Venezuela News

Tareck El Aissami, Venezuela’s new vice president, has hit back at the United States for labeling him a major drug trafficker and slapping sanctions on him, calling the allegations a “vile” attack. “We shall not be distracted by these miserable provocations,” El Aissami, 42, wrote on Twitter on Tuesday. “Truth is invincible and we will see this vile aggression d...[Read More]

Using fox genitalia to find love in South Korea | South Korea

Seoul, South Korea – Inside Kim Min-kyeong’s handbag is a small, pink pouch containing a lucky charm that is supposed to lead her to the ideal partner. The object is said to deliver love to its possessor via powers derived from the spirit world. Kim paid around $300 for a dehydrated fox vagina that was blessed by a shaman. “It has the power to attract people,” Kim recalls t...[Read More]

HRW: Syria carried out chemical attacks in Aleppo | Syria News

Syrian government forces used chemical weapons in rebel-held areas of Aleppo during the final weeks of the battle to retake the key city, killing at least nine people and wounding hundreds more, according to Human Rights Watch (HRW). In a report on Monday, the US-based rights group said it had verified eight chemical attacks during the offensive from November 17 to December 13, adding that four ch...[Read More]

Kashmir: Born To Fight

Is India’s crackdown on Kashmiri protesters creating new generation of young fighters? Source link

Mahmoud Hussein detained for more than 50 days | News

Al Jazeera journalist Mahmoud Hussein has been detained in Egypt for more than 50 days now under inhumane conditions that do not meet the bare minimum of rights guaranteed by law. Hussein, an Egyptian who lives in the Qatari capital of Doha, was stopped, questioned and detained by the Egyptian authorities on December 20 after arriving at Cairo’s international airport for a holiday. He has co...[Read More]

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